The Cottingley Fairies, and Fatima

The Cottingley Fairies, and Fatima

Christopher Sandford

Arthur Conan Doyle once wrote that the idea of an acceptable form of public entertainment underwent a rude shock in the years around World War I. By then in his mid-50’s, he had abandoned any pretense of sympathy for modern culture.

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The Real McCoy

The Real McCoy

Roger McGrath

In the early 1950’s when my family got our first TV set—it had a whopping 12" screen with a green tint—we kids tuned in to The Tim McCoy Show, which aired early Saturday evenings on a local Los Angeles station, KTLA, Channel 5.

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Managerial Suicide

Managerial Suicide

Chilton Williamson, Jr.

It is increasingly clear that the public and political class of Western countries is simply inadequate to the job of fighting terrorism.

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  • Are America's Wars Just and Moral?

    Pat Buchanan | July 25, 2017

    What injury did the Assad regime, in power for half a century and having never attacked us, inflict to justify what we have helped to do to that country? Is this war moral by our own standards?

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  • The Condottiere

    John Lukacs | July 24, 2017

    We live in an age when biography flourishes, contrary to earlier expectations. The reason for this is the decline of the novel and the rise of popular interest in all kinds of history, and biography belongs within history.

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